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COMPASS MAGAZINE > November 2010

The Brothers Four

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The Brothers Four

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The Brothers Four

476, JianXing Rd
(WuChang St intersection)
(04) 2202-3693
Hours: 6 pm-3:30 am
10% service charge.
Credit cards not accepted.

Four good friends have gathered in Taichung to open this "restaurant of brotherhood" together. Originally starting out with a food vendor cart, they have now taken their establishment to a more permanent storefront business known as Brothers Four, representing their shared goals and persistent spirit. The light music, attentive service and reasonably-priced barbecue and oden dishes help make this a satisfying experience for their diners. --By Niang Chen, translated by Naomi Lai

A. The bright "Brothers Four" sign stands out at night.

B.The eatery's menu includes entrees such as Grilled Japanese Scallops (NT$250), plus beef, intestines, chicken, and chicken butts on sticks (NT$60-120 for two sticks), and Fried Chicken (NT$120), consisting of deep-fried chicken legs served on fresh onion slices and drizzled with mustard mayonnaise.

The Brothers Four C.Also provided are 40 types of oden dishes served in little hot pots to retain heat. Ingredients include greater burdock fish, processed fish cakes, and fish balls with fish eggs, served in a vegetable-based stock made with dried skipjack tuna and seaweed.

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